How to Make a Flower Crown with Fake Flowers [Easy DIY Tutorial]

How to Make a Flower Crown with Fake Flowers

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I’m absolutely loving the floral trend this season! Floral is the perfect way to add a feminine touch to any look. And what’s more beautiful and feminine than a flower crown? Flower crowns have been making the rounds for awhile, but I never felt like I had the right opportunity to rock one… until I got this gorgeous floral maternity dress from PinkBlush! As soon as I saw the dress, I knew I had to have a flower crown to go with it! I decided to DIY so I could match the colors exactly to the dress. Turns out, making flower crowns is easy! Here’s my easy DIY tutorial on how to make a flower crown with fake flowers.

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Little Lumberjack Birthday Party

Little Lumberjack Birthday Party

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We hosted a little lumberjack birthday party to celebrate our little man turning TWO! The party was held at our home on a very cold Saturday in January. We hosted about 15 toddlers and their parents, plus some family members. It was a very full house!

We (okay, I) chose the little lumberjack birthday theme mainly because it fit well with a winter birthday for a little boy. Plus, who doesn’t love plaid? We plan on having Colton’s parties at other venues as he gets older and makes more friends, so I figured this could be my last chance to do a themed party at home.

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Non-Candy Valentines for Toddlers

Non-Candy Valentines for Toddlers

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Sip, sip, hooray! It’s Valentine’s Day!

I am so excited about how Colton’s Valentines turned out this year! I wanted to do a non-candy Valentine for multiple reasons, the main one being to give out something a little different than the norm. He’ll be passing these out at his playgroup, which consists of about 15 kids ages 1-5. Another plus for non-candy Valentines is that they are food allergy friendly! A couple of his little friends are allergic to certain candies and I wanted to be sure that no one felt left out.

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